The provisional OpenVG 1.1 Lite spec is available on GitHub in markdown format. Conformance tests are also available under an Apache 2.0 license.
The new spec delivers high-speed unidirectional data, bi-directional control data, and optional power delivery over one cable, eliminating the need for a combination bridges and proprietary PHYs.
Designed for designers of all skill levels, the Propel framework provides a GUI so that users can drag and drop IP blocks then allow the tool to automatically optimize the design layout.
Alkemist uses a procedure called load-time function randomization (LFR), which restacks functions in memory before a process starts to execute in order to create a higher degree of memory diversity.
The GHF51 is purportedly the smallest single-board computer to sport the Ryzen Embedded R1000 SoC, measuring in at 84 mm by 55 mm. That makes this little guy 'Raspberry Pi-sized'.
Driven by a MERUS MA12070P multilevel class D audio amplifier, the Raspberry Pi HAT amplifies signals with up to 40 W instantaneous peak power at 4 Ohm.
Industrial GPU computers are now available with the performance and expandability to execute these neural network algorithms at the edge, enabling large-scale, contactless screening.
Available for free to the open-source community, RT-Thread Studio currently supports the complete line of STM32 MCUs, ST-Link and J-Link emulators, and various terminal tools.
11 of you – that’s right, ten more than normal – will be saving $12.95. We have 11 MAX11131BOB Breakout Boards for winners of this week's raffle.
What an ambiguous, loaded question that has become? These days, if someone asks you "How smart is your car?" it could mean almost anything.
There are solutions that exist in the sweet spot of the Venn diagram between artificial intelligence and embedded engineering. Tune into this week's Embedded Toolbox to learn more. It's a knockout
What a loaded question that has become? Does it speak to your equally-smart home? Or is it simply a shrewd investment? Or, can your car determine who is driving based on how that person drives?
The standard precision GNSS afforded by the XPLR-M9 actually isn?t ?standard? at all by most terms. u-blox? M9 family of GNSS chips, the XPLR kit can achieve meter-level accuracies.
The small-footprint module conforms to HCC?s Advanced Embedded Framework, and is designed for microcontroller-based systems with or without an RTOS.
The Learn Inventor kit is designed around one of the first commercially available RISC-V SoCs, the SiFive FE310-G003. That chip is built around SiFive?s E31 Core Complex.
Analog computing ? and even analog signal processing ? appears to be making a comeback. Why?
Tune in to learn how to identify and fix obscure bugs hidden in a complex, multi-threaded application software in under 10 minutes.
Dev Kit Weekly starts 2020 off with a BANG! and the Renesas EK-RA6M3G Graphics Evaluation Kit. The kit is headlined by a new RA MCU, 4.3" cap-touch LCD screen, tons of security, and a whole lot more.
The custom-designed module measures a tiny 10 mm x 15 mm x 1.5 mm while delivering up to 4 TOPS of performance at the expense of only 2 TOPS per watt of power consumption.
23 API extensions in new version of the core specification improve GPU functionality and performance.